Supreme Court Takes Up Major Gun Rights Case

The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to hear a case involving the right to carry firearms outside the home. The case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Corlett, is the first Second Amendment case the high court has taken in more than a decade. The case involves a legal challenge to a New […]
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Are We Seeing the Socialization of America?

For the past century, the United States has been in a league of her own.  From the first flight and the mass production of automobiles to the advent of radio and television through to the digital revolution, almost all the great innovations have happened in America. Europe might have been home of the world’s first […]
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Looking Back: Ten Years of Protecting Religious Liberty in Mississippi

“People overestimate what they can accomplish in one legislative session and underestimate what they can accomplish in ten.” In this series, we are conducting a review of all Mississippi lawmakers have accomplished over the last 10 years. Again, the list provided here is not comprehensive, and we feature only the policies we like, some of […]
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Disruptive Technology Can Expand Healthcare Access

Just as technology has expanded access to – well, everything – technological innovation is a key to expanding healthcare access. One of the nation’s top experts in this area is Dr. Robert Graboyes, Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center. In this article, I’ll give a brief summary of a fascinating interview with Dr. Graboyes, […]
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Mississippi Population Loss Demands New Economic Growth Strategies

The 2020 Census results have arrived, and the facts are in. Mississippi was one of only three states (alongside Illinois and West Virginia) to lose population in the last ten years. While we may not have lost a seat in the House of Representatives, we did not grow. When one looks around the country at […]
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Court-Packing Would Ruin the Republic

The genius of our country’s founding document, the Constitution, is that it limited the power of government and empowered individuals to lead their lives as they saw fit, which in turn allowed America to become the freest and most prosperous country in the world. The framers carefully constructed a government that had just enough power […]
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Crowdfunding: Raising Startup Capital in the Age of the Internet

Of all the challenges associated with starting a business and launching a bright idea, perhaps there is no greater obstacle than gathering capital. But the power of the internet has revolutionized the way that individuals start and invest in businesses. The new funding methods are vast, with numerous new financial options available.   In the […]
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Looking Back: Ten Years of Protecting the Second Amendment in Mississippi

“People overestimate what they can accomplish in one legislative session and underestimate what they can accomplish in ten.” In this series, we are conducting a review of what Mississippi lawmakers have accomplished over the last 10 years. The list provided here is not comprehensive, and we feature only the policies we like, some of which […]
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Lawsuits Led to Licensing Reform, but More Work is Needed

You may have never had your eyebrows threaded, or your eyelashes extended, or makeup applied to your face. So why should you care that Governor Reeves signed legislation a few weeks ago that allows people to provide those services without being licensed? Licensure laws may not seem like a pressing issue, but overregulation of the […]
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Looking Back: Ten Years of Pro-Life Accomplishments in Mississippi

“People overestimate what they can accomplish in one legislative session and underestimate what they can accomplish in ten.” In this series, we are conducting a review of what Mississippi lawmakers have accomplished over the last 10 years. Again, the list provided here is not comprehensive, and we feature only the policies we like, some of […]
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